Domaine de la Corniche
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... director, we will miss the interactions, laughter and joy we shared with our travelling companions. After a nice hot/cold breakfast buffet, we began a 90 minute guided tour of Paris when Emilie, a local Parisian came aboard the bus and narrated our travels through this amazing city of lights. She was very informative and we enjoyed her talk very much. Part of our group was venturing off to Versailles with her, but they were only getting two hours there, which in my ...
... a sort walk from my hotel. Well, it should have been. Up the stairs, left at the giant man statue, past the giant thumb, down into the mall, right past the mcdonald's, down the stairs again. Then buy a ticket. Does the machine take credit cards? Yes! But not mine....and it doesn't take paper money, just change. After standing in another line and no luck I was able to find change in my purse. Great! I took the train (no problems) to ...
First I must recognize today is the 70th anniversary of the D-day landings on Normandie. Thanks to Andrew I know more than ever about this pivotal part in the war and it's important we remember the brave sacrifices made so many years ago. It's nice to know that the world leaders of the countries involved still feel it's important to travel to Normandie and celebrate this day. Necessary was a leisurely start to the day. We were exhausted from yesterday so woke up late had a nice coffee ...
... the king and queen have dinner (at about 10pm) and if you were even luckier, you might get to sit to watch them, but not at the table! Heavens no, that's only for the immediate family! I suppose this was the precursor to the celebrity worship that people seem to have fallen in to today. It's quite interesting to look at the similarities.
I easily spent two hours in the Palace alone. I was surprised by the hall of mirrors. I always thought the mirrors went down both sides, ...
Drove from Saint Severin to Paris. We decided while in Spain that stopping off in small towns close to the motorway, as opposed to the motorway stops works better for us – local food and decent coffee. That strategy slightly backfired today. We stopped at a small town called Chaunay which seemed perfect. We got some pastries from the Boulangerie, then Steve went to the Café/Pub to get a couple of caffe au lait. They didn't have ...